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    SnapshotID: 63463

    Active ingredients

    1,3-DichloropropeneChloropicrin

    Classification

    8B

    Insecticide

    WSSA mode of action

    Miscellaneous nonspecific (multi-site) inhibitors

    Registration

    EPA:11220-36-87994
    Restrictions

    Available for use in the following states

    Available

    Not available

    Danger
    Product safety

    Protections

    Personal Protection
    When performing tasks with NO potential for contact with liquid fumigant, all handlers (including applicators) must wear:  Long-sleeved shirt and long pants, and  Shoes and socks. When performing tasks with potential for contact with liquid fumigant, all handlers (including applicators) must wear:  Long-sleeved shirt and long pants,  Chemical-resistant gloves,  Chemical-resistant apron,  Protective eyewear (Do NOT wear goggles), and  Chemical-resistant footwear with socks. 1. All handlers (including applicators) must wear a half-face air-purifying respirator (except when handlers are in enclosed cabs or applying the fumigant with equipment that disrupts the chisel trace and seals the soil at the same time, e.g., Yetter applicator) equipped with an organic-vapor (OV, NIOSH approval number prefix TC-23C) cartridge and a particulate pre-filter (Type N, R, P or HE, NIOSH approval number prefix TC-84A). If sensory irritation (tearing, burning of the eyes or nose) is experienced and handlers remain in the application block or buffer zone, handlers must wear at a minimum either:  A NIOSH certified full facepiece air-purifying respirator equipped with an organic vapor (OV, NIOSH approval prefix TC-23C) cartridge and a particulate pre-filter (Type N, R, P, or HE, NIOSH approval number prefix TC-84A), or  A gas mask with a canister approved for organic vapor (NIOSH approval number prefix TC-14G). IMPORTANT: A self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) is not permitted for routine handler tasks.
    Restricted Entry Interval
     5 days (120 hours) after the application is complete for untarped applications, or  5 days (120 hours) after the application is complete if tarps are not perforated and removed for at least 14 days after the application is complete, or  48 hours after tarp perforation is complete if tarps will be perforated within 14 days after the application is complete and will not be removed for at least 14 days after the application is complete, or  tarp removal is completed if tarps are both perforated and removed less than 14 days after the application is complete.  If early tarp removal occurs for a broadcast application the entry restricted period is a minimum of 5 days after the application is complete.

    Precautions

    May be exposed to direct sunlight

    Is not vulnerable to flame or sparks

    May be stored in a damp place

    May be stored in a warm place

    May be frozen